Products For Sorting Out Coins At Home
I have a huge jar on my closet shelf filled with the loose change I empty from my pockets each night. Many people have such a change jar, maybe you do as well. When the jar gets sufficiently full, I bring it to my bank to run it through the change counter eagerly waiting for the total worth of my change. Some people don’t want to wait until they take their change jar to the bank to know how much their change is worth. They also don’t want to spend hours painstakingly counting a mountain of change. If this describes you, there are products for sorting out coins at home, and getting them ready for deposit.
Ribao CS-600B 7-Pocket High Speed Coin Counter
The Ribao heavy duty coin sorter can sort 400-600 coins per minute. It does cost over $1000, but it’s bank quality and has seven different sorting trays.
Cassida C200 Coin Sorter, Counter, and Roller
This product is a high-end home coin sorter costing around $200. When you’re ready to cash in your change jar, put your coins (up to 900 at a time) into the machine and it will sort them into the appropriate tubes for rolling. Then you’re all ready to bring them to the bank for deposit.
Digital Counting Coin Bank
The digital counting bank is a bottle with an electronic top that counts the value as you insert coins into it. While this product won’t help you with sorting out coins at home, it does keep a running total of how much your change is worth. The average cost of a digital counting coin bank is about $15.
Digital Energy Digital Coin Counter Bottle Top
Very similar to the previous product and also costing about $15. This is an electronic top that can be attached to a bottle of your choice, as long as it has the right sized opening. This is for those people that might want to have a larger coin jar, such as a 5-gallon water bottle.
Digital Energy Automatic Coin Sorter Electronic Coin Counter
This product is a hybrid that both counts coins and sorts them. It keeps a running total as you insert coins one at a time, and then directs the coin to the appropriate tube for easy wrapping when it’s full. Costing about $25, this is a great value item.
Nadex Coin Manager Pro – Coin Sorting Organizer Tray
This product, costing only $10, provides a very manual way to sort, stack, and wrap coins. You’ll also have to do your own math to add up the total value.
There are many products that will help you with sorting out coins at home. The products listed here can range from just a few dollars to a few hundred dollars. You can spend what you feel comfortable with, and find the true value of your change jar!
How about you, Clever Friends, how do you count your change jar?
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